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Mr Blennd - A Message To ODB album mp3

Performer: Mr Blennd
Title: A Message To ODB
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3 June ·. Hello friends, It is with great pleasure that I can now finally announce my new album "Constants" will be released July 19th. Thank you for all your continued support.

Two of the most unique producers in the game, Mr. Carmack and Djemba Dejmba, took the blogosphere by storm in 2013. Originally this post was created for my blog NeighborsHateUs. com but its so glorious, that I had to feature it here. Odds are you’ve heard of these two heavyweights, whether it be with massive releases on Mad Decent or seductive vibes released on SOULECTION. But we can only look forward to more tuneage in 2014, and if were lucky, maybe Carmack/Djemba Album (FULLY TORQUED THINKING ABOUT THAT IDEA)  . Jacuzzi, Bang, reputation, Grapevine (Mr Carmack Remix), Humbled, and ODB. And from Djemba Djemba: Nights Off (Djemba Djemba J Beibs Flip), When It’s Hot feat.

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Where ODB’s gonzo technique and self-destructive public persona were largely thought of as novelty during his career, they would’ve translated into something else entirely in today’s landscape: superstardom. ODB played his position as a chess piece throughout Enter the Wu-Tang, punctuating songs with his off-kilter approach, but he was quick to establish himself as a solo artist following the album’s critical acclaim. 1995’s Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, brought levity to Wu-Tang’s arcane universe through ODB’s free-form, kaleidoscopic method.

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